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D.20.21 – The Life and Afterlife of a Manuscript

By Jack Fleming, Queens’ MPhil in Medieval History (2013-2014)

In the previous blog, we explored how we can get information about the origin of a manuscript just from looking at the script and layout. 1,763 more words

John 16:15-16 (Provenance)

All that belongs to the Father is mine; this is why I said, ‘The Spirit will tell you whatever he receives from me.’ In a little while you won’t see me anymore. 483 more words

Daily Walk

Provenance and Cybersecurity

Image: New Cybersecurity Partnership Merrill College of Journalism ©2012. CC BY-NC 2.0

When you find some data on the Web, do you have any information about how it got there? 975 more words


A Rector’s Love’s Labours Lost

Professor Peter McCullough, Sohmer Fellow and Tutor in English Literature

Another small volume in the Senior Library that is neither famous nor rare, but precious for the personal touches left in it by an early owner, is the sixth edition of Edmund Waller’s… 1,697 more words


The 10 Things Every New Grad Student Should Do

It’s now mid-October, and I’m guessing that first year graduate students are knee-deep in courses, barely considering their potential thesis project. But for those that can multi-task, I have compiled this list of 10 things that you should undertake in your first year as a grad student. 2,086 more words

Data Management

Foraging in Japan

Despite their drive and passion for all things new, the Japanese have a deep reverence for nature and the tranquility it provides. This is an attitude that stands above all other cultural influences. 240 more words


The Sagrantino grapes of Montefalco

Chance brings the most beautiful people into our lives. Last year, we came across an enoteca in Assisi called Bibenda where we very quickly engaged in a conversation with the owner, Nila Halun, She made us laugh and we fell a little bit in love.  446 more words